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Using IEP Meetings to Protect Children with Disabilities

In a new guest blog for the Beau Biden Foundation, Dr. Sarah Curtiss speaks to the importance of addressing sex education in a developmentally appropriate way for students with intellectual and developmental differences – and how that can help keep children and families safe from abuse. Learn More »


16+ Apps Parents and Families Need to Know

Computers, tablets, smartphones, gaming consoles, and internet-ready televisions can be used in ways that parents and families did not intend and may not expect. The apps children and teens use most may leave them vulnerable to cyberbullying or worse yet, open the door for child predators to pounce. Help keep the children in your life safe from the threat of abuse and cyberbullying with our latest blog – 16+ Apps Parents and Families Need to Know to Help Keep Children Safe. Learn More »




BLOG: What is Human Trafficking?

Virtual learning is now the norm for millions of children. But for a child stuck living and learning in a dangerous home – with an abusive caretaker — quarantine restrictions are a nightmare. Learn More »


News Release

With the new administration taking office, some things will change here at the Beau Biden Foundation, though most will stay the same. First, our work will continue. More than ever, children living in dangerous situations need a shield – someone to step up and protect them from abuse and neglect. Our mission is to carry on Beau’s promise to protect children and confront abuse. That won’t change.  Learn More »


An Important Message About the Future of the Beau Biden Foundation for the Protection of Children

With the new administration taking office, some things will change here at the Beau Biden Foundation, though most will stay the same. First, our work will continue. More than ever, children living in dangerous situations need a shield – someone to step up and protect them from abuse and neglect. Our mission is to carry on Beau’s promise to protect children and confront abuse. That won’t change.  Learn More »



Blog: Protecting Children from Online Predators

Children and teens are now spending exponentially more time online – oftentimes in secluded areas of their homes. Parents and caregivers must be prepared to keep our children safe from Internet predators and online threats. Here are some quick questions that will help get the online safety conversation started: Learn More »


BLOG: Protecting Children in a Virtual Learning Environment

COVID-19 cases are spiking again across the country. Schools that resumed in-person learning just a few weeks ago have now closed – and will not reopen until the new year. Virtual learning is now the norm for millions of children. But for a child stuck living and learning in a dangerous home – with an abusive caretaker — quarantine restrictions are a nightmare. Learn More »